I am having a problem when I render a sequence, creating all the video preview files and as i continue to work on the sequence, or task switch and come back to that sequence, the render files are disappearing (ie. going from green to yellow or red) and having to be re-rendered before export.
Editing mode: Custom
Frame size: 1920h 1080v (1.0000)
Frame rate: 29.97 frames/second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: Square Pixels (1.0)
Fields: Upper Field First
Sample rate: 48000 samples/second
Max Render Quality (Checked)
Composite in Linear Colour (Checked)
Footage being rendered and going offline is prores422 1080i60 from an EVS XT-3 with a three way colour correction, and brightness/contrast filters on it
I am trying to work in an end to end prores workflow with the EVS XT-3 (hence the necessity for prores all the way through)
I am running Premiere Pro CC on an AFP connected NAS over gigE (jumbo frames enabled on all components, Mac Mini running OSX server 10.8 fibre connected to a Sonnet RAID)
Have tried with projects set on local drive and also on NAS.
It appears to be something with the generation of peak files that is throwing the renders off each time? Even when you re-render. They then appear to go back offline.
Any help or ideas would be great!
Something tells me that the files are getting confused. If new times are written into the regeneration of peak files by the server, then those files cannot be relinked. I'll look around for some answers, I know I have heard about this problem before somewhere.